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12th International Conference on Clinical Diabetes, Diabetes care & Nutrition , will be organized around the theme “Innovations and dietary intrusions to confront Diabetes ”

Diabetic Nutrition 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Diabetic Nutrition 2017

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Diabetes mellitus (DM), generally known as diabetes is a metabolic diseased condition where the blood glucose levels are high (BGL) / high blood sugar, over a persistent period of time. Insulin is the hormone that helps in the passing of glucose to the cells to provide energy. Diabetes occurs when either the pancreas does not create enough insulin or when the cells of the body do not respond appropriately to the insulin produced. There are three fundamental types of DM that include Type I Diabetes mellitusType II Diabetes mellitus and Gestational diabetes. Type I DM occurs because of the pancreas inability to synthesis enough insulin and is also termed as insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) or in other words juvenile diabetes. Through insulin resistance, a condition in which cells resist to react to insulin properly, type II DM can been observed. As the illness advances an absence of insulin may likewise develop and is also termed as non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus"(NIDDM). Gestational diabetes is the third mode of DM and happens when pregnant women without an earlier history of diabetes tend to show high glucose levels. In order to overcome these complexities, diabetes nutrition is a crucial option and paves way for the mitigation of DM.

  • Track 1-1Glycogenesis
  • Track 1-2Glycogenolysis
  • Track 1-3Blood sugar levels and monitoring.
  • Track 1-4Type I Diabetes mellitus
  • Track 1-5Type II Diabetes mellitus
  • Track 1-6Gestational diabetes
  • Track 1-7Bariatric Surgery (Weight loss surgery)
  • Track 1-8Hyperosmolar nonketotic conditions
  • Track 1-9Latent autoimmune diabetes of adults (LADA)

Nutrition therapy is a necessary part of the treatment and self-administration of diabetes. The objectives of Nutrition therapy are to keep up or enhance personal satisfaction and wholesome and physiological wellbeing, to anticipate and treat intense and long haul inconveniences of diabetes, related comorbid conditions and corresponding disorders. It is well recognised that nutrition therapy can enhance glycemic control by decreasing glycated hemoglobin and when utilized with different constituents of diabetes care, can enhance clinical and metabolic results bringing about diminished hospitalization rates. Besides, follow up with a dietician has been connected with better dietary adherence in type II diabetes.

  • Track 2-1Glycemic index
  • Track 2-2Glycemic control
  • Track 2-3Macronutrient intake
  • Track 2-4Diabetic complications
  • Track 2-5Total carbohydrate intake

The exact causes of diabetes are still not fully understood, it is known that obesity features up the threat of developing different types of diabetes mellitus. For type 2 diabetes, this includes being overweight or obese (having a BMI of 30 or greater).In fact, obesity is believed to account for 80-85% of the threat of type II diabetes development, while recent research suggests that obese people are up to 80 times more inclined to develop type II diabetes than those with a BMI of less than 22. Studies suggest that abdominal fat reasons  for the fat cells to discharge pro-inflammatory chemicals, which can make the body less sensitive to the insulin it produces by hindering the functionality of insulin responsive cells and their ability to respond to insulin. 

  • Track 3-1Inflammatory response
  • Track 3-2Insulin resistance
  • Track 3-3Interruption in fat metabolism
  • Track 3-4Physical activities and lifestyle
  • Track 3-5Diet plan and Nutritional implications
  • Track 3-6Haemodialysis and diabetes nutrition

diabetes diet plan is a guide that tells how much and what kinds of sustenance can be eaten at suppers and nibble times. A good meal plan should fit in with the schedule and eating behaviours. Certain meal plannings include the plate technique, Carb counting and Glycemic index. The right meal plan will help to improve blood pressureblood glucose levels, and cholesterol numbers and also help keeps weight on track. 

  • Track 4-1Protein intake and supplementation
  • Track 4-2Alcohol use in diabetes
  • Track 4-3Micronutrients
  • Track 4-4Body weight and management
  • Track 4-5Minimizing sugar content

A dietary supplement or nutrient supplements are provided when they are not consumed in sufficient amounts or the body is not capable of producing them. There are more than 50,000 dietary supplements accessible. More than half of the U.S. grown-up populace (53% - 55%) expend dietary supplements with most normal ones being multivitamins

  • Track 5-1Carbohydrates and energy
  • Track 5-2Proteins and amino acids
  • Track 5-3Vitamin and mineral supplementation
  • Track 5-4Herbal Medicine

Biomarkers are organic measures of a biological state. It is a characteristic that is quantitatively measured and assessed as an indicator of regular biological processes, pathological processes or pharmacological responses to a therapeutic intervention. Indicators can exist as quantitative or biochemical qualitative ones. They are also involved in the research related to drug development. Biomarkers are used to perform a clinical assessments Biomarkers may be used alone or in combination to evaluate the wellbeing or illness condition of a person. More proficient disclosure and utilization of biomarkers in the advancement of anti-diabetes medications will rely on propelling comprehension of the pathogenesis of diabetes and particularly its macrovascular intricacies.

  • Track 6-1Biological, functional and histological indicators
  • Track 6-2Qualitative biochemical markers
  • Track 6-3Quantitative biochemical markers
  • Track 6-4Biomarkers as health and disease predictors
  • Track 6-5Biomarkers in drug development.

Gestational diabetes mellitus is a resemblance of type 2 diabetes mellitus. It is found in about 3-10% of pregnancy cases and has a chance of disappearing post-delivery. Nevertheless, 5-10% of women are found to have gestational diabetes post pregnancy. GDM is curable with a proper medical direction. Although, it is fleeting untreated GDM can harm the health of the mother or fetus. Risks to the baby include abnormalities of central nervous system and congenital heart, shoulder dystocia, destruction of red RBC, respiratory distress syndrome and high levels of blood bilirubin.

  • Track 7-1Blood glucose monitoring
  • Track 7-2Dietary changes
  • Track 7-3Macrosomia
  • Track 7-4Labor induction
  • Track 7-5Foetal surfactant production
  • Track 7-6Fluctuations in the placental hormone and causes

A diabetes eating routine depends on eating three suppers a day at normal times. This helps the body in the better usage of the insulin it produces or gets through a medication. Diabetes increases risk of heart disease and stroke by accelerating the development of clogged and toughened arteries. Foods containing Saturated fats, Trans fats, Cholesterol, Sodium can work against the goal of a heart-healthy dietHeart-healthy fish, Healthy carbohydrates and  Fibre-rich foods help in the control of DM. Dietary fat as in  increase of omega-3s, saturated fat <10 % total kcalories,  cholesterol <300 mg daily add up to a healthy diabetes diet

  • Track 8-1Dietary patterns in the prevention of diabetes
  • Track 8-2Carbohydrate Quality and Diabetes
  • Track 8-3Dietary fat and necessity
  • Track 8-4Fibre-rich foods
  • Track 8-5Good fats and nutritional benefits
  • Track 8-6Trans fat- controlled intake and consequences

Nutrition plays a crucial role in childhood development, for good or ill. Proper nutrition meets the needs of children’s developing brains and bodies, enabling them to reach their maximum capacity. In the meantime, poor dietary patterns, or medical conditions such as allergiesceliac disease or diabetes, can weaken a youngster's deep rooted wellbeing if left unchecked. Paediatric dieticians work with children, their parents and caretakers to build up great dietary habits. A persistent follow up leads to a proper diabetic care as well as good health for the future.  Vital Macro and micro nutrients

  • Track 9-1Breastfeeding importance and substitutes
  • Track 9-2Caring practices
  • Track 9-3Recommended nutrient intakes
  • Track 9-4Nutrient rich diet
  • Track 9-5Paediatric malnutrition
  • Track 9-6Nutrient imbalance

Covering Diabetes and obesity, traditional approaches that include herbal medicationsacupuncture account to the major treatments of diabetes and related threats. At present, apart from nutritional supplements, diabetes research is concentrating on insulin pumps that are implantable, regulation of fat metabolismartificial pancreasglucose sensors that are non-invasive and invasive, Novel insulin delivery systems as in implantable devices, transdermal, inhaled, and insulin pens.

  • Track 10-1Conventional therapeutic approaches.
  • Track 10-2Herbal Medications
  • Track 10-3Traditional therapeutic approaches
  • Track 10-4Insulin pump therapy
  • Track 10-5Delivery systems of insulin

Vitamins are micronutrients that serve a specific purpose and benefit the body in a distinctive way. Vitamin and mineral insufficiency can hinder the body's capacity to heal and protect itself. Micronutrients can also have an influence on mental wellbeing. Studies in New Zealand have shown that using micronutrients in suitable doses can assist to treat depression, anxiety, stress, bipolar disorderAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), autism, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and trauma. Deprived vitamin B12 status is common amongst young children in numerous low- to middle-income countries. Hence vitamin and mineral supplements play a major role in the wellbeing that directly and indirectly cause changes in blood sugar levels.

  • Track 11-1Glycemic control in children and adolescents
  • Track 11-2Symptomatic pertussis and related disorders
  • Track 11-3Vitamin binding proteins
  • Track 11-4Inhibition of protein aggregation
  • Track 11-5Dietary vitamins
  • Track 11-6Antioxidant rich diet
  • Track 11-7Pre-natal health care
  • Track 11-8Hepatic dysfunction.

There is great enthusiasm for the prospective of digital health resolutions in medicine and diabetes to address key care challenges as in patient and others, lack of information to notify therapeutic decision-making, poor access to care, and costs. However, the field is still in its incipient days; numerous patients and providers do not currently engage with digital health tools, and furthermore, for the individuals who do, the heaviness is still regularly high. Over time, digital health has excellent potential to collect information all the more consistently, make gathered data more valuable, and hence drive better results at lower costs in less time. But there is still much to prove.  

  • Track 12-1Tracking of BGL
  • Track 12-2Digital Health and advantages
  • Track 12-3Elevated levels of Diabetes
  • Track 12-4Nutritional requirement recognition
  • Track 12-5Dietary patterns in the prevention of diabetes

The number of people with diabetes is high and is ascending in each nation, with the numbers anticipated to ascend from an expected 382 million at present to 592 million with diabetes by 2035 as indicated by the International Diabetes Federation. It is subsequently a dire general wellbeing need to find compelling techniques to decrease the burden of diabetes. It has been observed in diabetes anticipation trials that way of life including diet can prevent or delay the onset of type II diabetes. Be that as it may, the degree to which eating regimens and dietary examples or individual nourishments and nutrients determine future disease risk remains unclear.

  • Track 13-1Nutrition and dietary assessment
  • Track 13-2Nutrition and study designs
  • Track 13-3Case control studies
  • Track 13-4Cohort studies
  • Track 13-5Nutrition and meta-analysis
  • Track 13-6Diabetes screening
  • Track 13-7Diabetes diagnosis and nutrition

Clinical nutrition is nutrition of patients in health care.  It integrates predominantly the scientific areas of nutrition and dietetics. It intends to keep a well energy balance in patients, as well as providing sufficient amounts of other nutrients such as protein, vitamins and minerals. Complications with ingestion such as dysphagiadementiaparesis and depression are collectively encountered.

  • Track 14-1Cardiovascular conditions and nutrition
  • Track 14-2Diseases caused by injuries/aging
  • Track 14-3Complications with assimilation
  • Track 14-4Routes of administration
  • Track 14-5Malnutrition